Adjusting the Look of Photos

In this lesson we cover how to adjust the look of a photo in Photos for OS X. We can change the look of a photo by adjusting the contrast, saturation, and/or color in the photo. We demonstrate how to locate the “Adjustment Tool” in the “Edit” menu, then demonstrate adding and removing adjustments to the color and and light in a photo. We review the four basic adjustment tools (histogram, light, color, and black & white) and briefly cover a more advanced adjustment tool, “Vignette.”

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